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631 Possible Causes for Lens Opacity

  • Radiation-induced Cataract

    Relative risks of lens opacity was 5.7 (95% CI: 1.5-22) for interventional cardiologists and 5.0 (95% CI: 1.2-21) for nurses.[] However, posterior subcapsular lens opacities, were significantly more frequent among ICs (17% vs. 5%, p 0.006), for an OR 3.9 [1.3-11.4].[] Published Journal Article OBJECTIVES: To examine the prevalence of radiation-associated lens opacities among interventional cardiologists and nurses and correlate with occupational[]

  • Posterior Subcapsular Cataract

    It starts as a small opacity on the posterior aspect of the lens and in the path of light.[] Nuclear, cortical and posterior subcapsular opacities of the lens were classified according to the Lens Opacities Classification System II.[] Linear calibration lines are plotted for each type of lens opacity.[]

  • Lamellar Cataract

    Fine, dispersed, pulverulent opacities of the primary lens fibers are seen in the embryonic nucleus often with increased density at the ends of the Y suture at 12, 2, and[] The corneal opacity extended over more than half the thickness of the cornea. Lens opacity examination revealed grade III nuclear sclerosis.[] Abcd1 Abcd1 tm1a(EUCOMM)Wtsi HEM postnatal cataract Slit Lamp lens opacity WTSI EuroPhenome 0.0 Fabp3 Fabp3 tm1a(EUCOMM)Wtsi HET postnatal cataract Slit Lamp Lens opacity[]

  • Coronary Cataract

    This alteration may destroy the microstructure of lens and increase light scattering, leading ultimately to lens opacity.[] The term congenital cataract refers to a lens opacity present at birth. Lens opacities that develop during the first year of life are called infantile cataracts.[] Congenital cataracts refers to a lens opacity present at birth.[]

  • Cataract

    Nuclear opalescence (NO) was graded with the Lens Opacities Classification System III (LOCS III).[] Cataract grade based on wide-field fundus image, the Lens Opacity Classification System III, macular thickness, and SD-OCT SNR were compared.[] Thirty dogs of varying breeds and ages with a spectrum of lens opacities ranging from nuclear sclerosis to total mature cataract.[]

  • Anterior Polar Cataract

    Congenital anterior lens opacities are generally static, visually insignificant lesions.[] Anterior polar cataract (APC) is a rare hereditary form of lens opacity. The locus for an APC gene was located tentatively on 14q24qter.[] These patients were classified according to the type of lens opacity (nuclear, cortical, posterior subcapsular, mixed and APC).[]

  • Cerulean Cataract

    Lens opacities have a later, more juvenile onset and the lens opacities are located in a lamellar distribution in superficial cortical layers.[] Clinical Characteristics Ocular Features: Tiny lens opacities of blue or white color generally appear from birth through 18 and 24 months of age but may not be diagnosed until[] Due to clinical heterogeneity, it is not always possible to classify specific families based on the appearance and natural history of the lens opacities alone.[]

  • Renal Coloboma Syndrome

    The mother of this patient had a mild optic disk hypoplasia, progressive lens opacities, and late-onset renal disease.[] […] abnormalities, including lens opacities and luxation [8].[] Over time, a progressive axial myopia in the right eye, band keratopathy in the left eye, and progressive bilateral posterior lens opacities were noted.[]

  • Early-Onset Anterior Polar Cataract

    Table 1 Bilateral anterior lens opacities.[] The Lens Opacities Classification System (LOCS) that indicates the significance of the lens opacity is not clearly applicable here.[] Definition of Cataract Lens opacity was diagnosed by trained ophthalmologists by using the Lens Opacity Classification System (LOCS) II system [19].[]

  • Congenital Cataract

    Conclusions: Cataractous eyes in CC patients with lens opacities in different locations presented distinct anterior segment characteristics.[] A characteristic posterior subcapsular lens opacity also was observed in that eye.[] Lens opacities have a later, more juvenile onset and the lens opacities are located in a lamellar distribution in superficial cortical layers.[]

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